Every living thing needs access to energy, food, light and warmth. But the UN is plotting to limit our access to energy. A study of human history shows what a grave threat this poses to all of us.

Our distant ancestors were hunter-gatherers. They killed and ate wild animals, which provided much of their energy needs. Solar energy warmed their days, and gave life to the herbs, roots and fruits they gathered and to the grasses and shrubs that sustained their prey. Sunlight reflected from the moon allowed them to hunt and fish during moon-lit nights. The sun and moon dominated their world, so naturally many of them worshipped these heavenly bodies.

The invention of stone and wooden weapons and tools increased their access to energy – hunting and gathering was more efficient with tools.

The discovery of how to control fire multiplied man’s access to energy. Fire provided heat and light and could be used to clear vegetation, fight enemies and trap wild animals.

Hunter-gatherers need access to land, preferably free from competitors. This led to the development of territory with defined and defended property boundaries. Property rights are thus an essential ingredient to provide guaranteed access to food and energy.

Some hunters discovered they could harvest more food by maintaining their own tended plots of crops and vegetables and protecting domesticated goats, pigs, cattle and sheep from wild animals and poachers.

Farms with fences allowed humans greatly increased access to the solar energy collected by plants and processed into human food by domesticated animals.

The long experiment with collective and tribal farming showed that individual farmers with secure property rights produce more food and are better at protecting the long term value of their land. Tribalism and open range grazing are key factors in the recurring famines in Africa.

Farmers soon realised that land with good soils, reliable water supplies and warm moist climate produces more food. A warrior class emerged to acquire and defend the tribe’s exclusive long-term access to these fertile fields.

Some tribes discovered they could trade their surplus food, tools or weapons for other goods in scarce supply. This free trade increased their access to food and energy.

Trade requires transport, and the use of oxen, horses, donkeys, mules and camels for transport was a great boost to trade. The horse and saddle allowed humans to hunt, patrol and defend a far larger territory.

The discovery of how to smelt metals from ores using charcoal provided another great leap in human access to energy. Metals made better ploughs, spears, swords, shields and digging forks.

But the giant leap for mankind was the progressive discovery of how to use that black shiny rock called “coal”; first in camp fires, then to smelt ores and, in a great energy leap, to power steam engines. Soon thousands of water pumps, factories, locomotives, traction engines, ships and electric generators were being driven by coal.

Mankind gained access to an almost unlimited supply of energy via heat, light and motive power wherever it was needed.

The discovery of that other marvellous hydrocarbon, petroleum, gave humans access to a powerful source of portable energy. Tractors, trucks and buses replaced wagons, coaches, horses and bullocks, releasing more energy for humans.

This access to cheap reliable energy created widespread prosperity, families became smaller and people took more interest in conserving their heritage and environment.

Try to picture our world before we gained access to hydrocarbon energy – there was limited energy from wood, sun, wind and water but there were no trains, electricity, motor vehicles, appliances, hi-rise buildings, hi-tech hospitals or the millions of products produced by reliable electric-powered mining machinery, smelters, refineries, fabricators and factories.

Famine and poverty were common occurrences and there was little concern for welfare, culture or the environment.

Cities which were choking in smog from open fires and boilers were also rescued by electricity – “the clean-coal-by-wire”. And in another bit of environmental serendipity, burning of these buried hydrocarbons is returning carbon dioxide to Earth’s carbon-deficient atmosphere to support more plant growth all over the globe.

We and the entire biosphere should celebrate having more CO2 in the atmosphere:
http://www.thegwpf.com/28155/

The harnessing of nuclear power then gave mankind the key to almost unlimited power for as long as people have enough sense to use it safely.

Earth’s growing human and animal population depend, more than ever, on maintaining this hard-won heritage of resources, rights, inventions and infrastructure. It is what ensures future access to reliable affordable food and energy.

Today the biggest threat to human well-being is the global war on carbon being run by climate-scare/sustainability zealots. They are trying to undermine and reverse centuries of discoveries and legal heritage.

But they know there is no practical possibility that we can reliably energise our world with the green energy of our ancestors, even if we smothered the surface with windmills and solar shades. Their secret dream is to destroy urbanised and industrialised humanity, ban private property and free trade, close the mines, factories, farms and fisheries, tear down the fences and dams and return the decimated human race to rationed, taxed and globally-controlled dormitories and urban play-grounds.

This is what these enemies of humanity really think:

"Giving society cheap, abundant energy would be the

equivalent of giving an idiot child a machine gun."
-Prof Paul Ehrlich, Stanford University

"Isn't the only hope for the planet that the
industrialized civilizations collapse?
Isn't it our responsibility to bring that about?"
-Maurice Strong,
founder of the UN Environment Programme

"We must make this an insecure and inhospitable place
for capitalists and their projects. We must reclaim the roads and
ploughed land, halt dam construction, tear down existing dams,
free shackled rivers and return to wilderness
millions of acres of presently settled land."

"My three main goals would be to reduce human population to
about 100 million worldwide, destroy the industrial infrastructure
and see wilderness, with its full complement of species,
returning throughout the world."
-Dave Foreman,
co-founder of Earth First!

"My vision is for a country, a society, a world where we don't use any coal, oil, or natural gas because we have zero-emissions electricity in huge abundance," 
-Dr Alan Finkel, 
Australia’s new green government-appointed “Chief Scientist”.

These foes of freedom and their clandestine controllers are planning to forge the green chains of a global government for humanity in Paris next month.

They must not succeed.

We must defend our right to develop and use our own land, resources and property to produce abundant, reliable and affordable energy and food.

Tell our politicians: “Sign NOTHING that we can’t get out of, in Paris in December.”

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Can’t verify the veracity of the footage but it is an eye opener http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/incredible-video-captures-moment-jihadi-6738359?

2bits
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Clive… I know ASIO constantly monitors the members of Hizb Ut Tahrir, and collects more information about their network,plans etc. But as for doing anything about them, well they probably have to wait for an incident to happen, then they are fully justified in going after them. I think similar applied with Man Monis…

cliveh
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Amen brother.

cliveh
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cliveh

Hopawahtai or what-ever his name was,comes to mind.

cliveh
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cliveh

How stupid can they get?

2bits
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2bits

hizb ut tahrir is allowed to operate freely in this country who openly admit to overthrowing our society and yet they are banned elsewhere in the world..

cliveh
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cliveh

My Grandfather said the same to me and I had a hard time getting my head around what he had to do.

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As often happens at pickeringpost, my comment was deleted. Anyway, let me finish your historical narrative Viv. “And then, after coal and petroleum did great things to improve our quality of life, scientists noticed some odd things going on with the climate, we ignored them. More and more scientists starting noticing, researching and gathering data, until it was a majority of scientists calling for change. We are still ignoring them.”

cliveh
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I am told I have 10% abbo in me,but I don’t give a shit that these “Left Wing Looneys”say I can be offended by the word,Know-one asked me if I was.

cliveh
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cliveh

Pure gold.The only guys who could talk for 8 minutes,make people laugh for the hole time and never fluf their lines.

cliveh
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cliveh

How do you stop this bullshit?Get rid of the people who let these “Sand Monkeys”in.Both Leibor and the Libs are responsible for this “Mess”Vote ALA in the Senate and Nats or Independent in the Reps.Never reward “Traitors”The Libs took Democracy away from us.Make sure they pay for it.

cliveh
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Viv,I hope you don’t mind,but I have sent Warren Truss a copy of this to him,with a link to your story.I have sent him my concerns about Paris before and he seems to know what to expect at this “Paris Love In”

pelican
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KW..have noted your Kalergi posts previously..well done

Marco-eloco
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Marco-eloco

The idea is too make you feel guilty for even the air you breathe. The UN can stick it fair up their arse as far as I am concerned.

Marco-eloco
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Lg, yes plenty of medications allow people to live longer, I’m not denying that. If it it too hard for Dis to work out what I’m saying … well so be it. It is about the right to have a choice and that choice will soon be removed if things keep going the way they are.

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Apparently there’s an ‘Islamophobia Register’. Anyone know if an ‘Anglophobia Register’ also exists?

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I hope the spectators behave. Don’t want any nasty shrieking, i.e. . . . “Ooooh, thend him off Weff! Thend him off! He’s thuch a bitch . . .”

2bits
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2bits

Gillard awarded yet another honorary doctorate…. I was so enraged I just wanted to kick in my TV screen….

johnsamson
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What the….anyway, we know it was headed that way, the A**se F***kers League

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You weigh the pros and cons and take your chances, Marco. Were it not for a cocktail of hypertension, heart, cholesterol-lowering and gout medication I’d either not be around or in chronic pain. The last thing that bothers me is Agenda 21 (whatever that is) or any other agenda. I just want to live a little longer for the sake of my dogs . . . oh, and the wife and kids too . . . I suppose.

Marco-eloco
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No lg, and neither does modern medicine. The elite want to own and medicate you from the cradle to the grave and also to make sure there are no other options. Agenda 21 here we come!

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This issue is so ridiculous. Nigger, just by the way it sounds, is derogatory and indeed most times it is. Negro is a softer sound and it doesn’t matter how you say it it just doesn’t sound aggressive. Try it out loud for yourselves. Karl Stefanovic needs to pull in his overinflated head and moderate the programme, not become it as the star, which he certainly is NOT.

Someone
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This could have been so easily Australia if Tony Abbott didn’t stop the boats https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=2&v=8U36fCE_vCE

johnsamson
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Dean of the School of Political Science at ANU Canberra announces a new course next year: ‘Sleeping your way to the Top’

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Some twenty years ago now, the Chinese wife of an Pommy acquaintance and sometime drinking pal of mine in HK, died from a severe blood disorder caused by the herbal medicines she had been taking over a long period of time. ‘Natural’ doesn’t necessarily mean either ‘safe’ or ‘effective’.

BlackDuck43
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BBS, was that Nigger Black?

Marco-eloco
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Real Alternative medicine THIS FINISHES TOMORROW Notice that it goes offline after the 30th October (US time) Kind regards, Eric Rodda A couple of years ago, my friend and sometime business partner Nick Polizzi took 8 people with severe health challenges on a 30 day healing journey into the Amazon jungle. They worked with local healers, plant medicines, and spiritual rituals with very surprising results. Nick filmed the whole process and the documentary he created, Sacred Science has won award after award. The screening is from October 20th-30th and is totally free. http://www.thesacredscience.com/screening.html ( You will need to put your… Read more »

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Old Tricky has come out of her luxury office to make another profound, mind bending, world changing announcement.” New Guinea is not a rich nation ” OMG. And we pay her and her team of cyncophats too.

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I just hope it’s a peaceful round of football and doesn’t degenerate into a brutal hair-pulling and eye-scratching melee.

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Police in Sydney have arrested an old codger who was waving a gun around in Anzac Parade. Surprisingly a non-musso. Wasn’t yelling Allahu Akhbar, but was waving the gun around and yelling out, “Drink more piss!!!” (Just kidding . . . about what he was yelling out)

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Wow, it has been expressed here before but Vlad Putin says Climate Change is a fraud. Now, will Malcolm Turnbull and Julie Bishop shirt-front this guy before they go to Paris for their climate talkfest?

http://www.youngcons.com/russian-president-vladimir-putin-claims-that-global-warming-is-a-fraud/

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They (the left ) ridiculed TA for a certain Knighthood. At least the recipient in that case was someone of some stature, but to honor Gillard with anything other than a ‘striped suit’ is an insult to all those that have earned their doctorates.
The left keep trying to rewrite history.

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@screwedtenancy

Sweden as we knew it will be gone in 10-15 years. They have wilfully sent their nation down the gurgler, with Socialist Marxist PC crap.

@screwedtenancy
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@screwedtenancy

Sleeping through every Bruce, Craig and Michael doesn’t have quite the same ring to it.

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Geelong Catamites

vecchio
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vecchio

K Yes I gave up too,

vecchio
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vecchio

NIGGERS ARE ALWAYS RUNNING AWAY FROM THEIR REALITY, CALLING THEMSELVES ANYTHING BUT THAT.

TheUntouchables
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OT .

Where’s Salim?

Just checking out todays Fin Review in which in its magazine section contained BRWs young Rich List (40 years old and under) .Property Developers were prominent so figured the Deputy Mayor from Sydneys West must be right up there!

I started at the top looked long and hard but no Salim. Thought this cant be right ,so checked again but still no Salim. How could this be?

Simple, this muzzo far from being full of money is full of shit!!

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Proud to have been in his company and another AUSTRALIAN HERO has passed on though all of his deployments , proud to have the good man as a light horse man and PROUDLY WORE THE KANGAROO FEATHERS VAILE DIGGER, SIR

craigh
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craigh

Maybe Labor is getting ready for a rerun???

bagman
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bagman

greater western Sydney goat fuckers

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I didn’t realise that the great man had passed, until this morning. Whilst listening to Hadley, a bloke that I know, called in and mentioned that there would be a memorial service, at 1100. He gave 35 mins notice. Maybe it took him a while to get through. Anyway…
A true Aussie, a thorough gentleman and someone to be revered.
RIP ‘Digger’ James.

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BillBates2

More than 800,000 refugees RETURNING to Syria as Putin OBLITERATES Islamic State. This from today’s UK Daily Express. Methinks we could also encourage some repatriation from Australia

2bits
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2bits

filthy scum…they have millions that they stole from us via the schools system.. Peter Garrett let them get away with it, gutless head banger..

JofG
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JofG

What’s with Julie Bishop and the green energy fund being talked up, I feel a bigger budget deficit coming on – more money being handed out to countries who are too lazy to help themselves.

franK
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franK

Central Coast Corndoggers

bagman
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bronco finger smellers

JofG
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JofG

What about the Richmond rent boys?

JofG
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JofG

The Freo Fandanglers?

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Off or on topic. How farkin funny is this…it’s come back with avengence….. Because it’s colder.. Hahaha….. The hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica has expanded to near-record levels this year, covering an area almost four times the size of Australia.

Scientists from the UN said the increase was due to colder-than-usual temperatures, rather than any extra damage being done to the Earth’s protective layer. What, aren’t the aerosol cans and cfcs causing this.. FFS